Scabies mites

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SEM: Mites: Scabies, Sarcoptes sp.: A few mites in the dermis of the skin. The females drill themselves into the skin and advance to the growth layer, which is her subsistence and her egg storage region. Symptoms: Iching, which usually worsens after a month, when the second generation has hatched and grown. The infection is transfered by close body contact. Magnification = 150x.

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